Despite being made in Trinidad, a country more commonly know for its dark rums, 10 Cane more closely resembles a rhum agricole of the French-speaking Caribbean islands. This is largely because it is distilled from pure cane juice rather than molasses. It's a relative newcomer, having only been released in 2005, but it has managed to score high marks across the board. Apparently, the name comes from the tradition of hand-harvesting and bundling sugarcane stalks in groups of ten.
This product has been discontinued.